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Full text of "The History Of Western Education"

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INDEX

Chancellor, 115; of Notre-Dame, 143,

145; of University, 149, 155
Chantries Act, 229
Chantry schools, 157
Character,  Training of,  385.    See

Moral Education
Charity schools, 254, 281-82
Charles the Bald, 122
Charles the Great, 118-23, 125-26,

130

Charters, University, 149
Chartres, 129, 135-36
Chaucer, 160

Chicago University, 395, 403
Childhood, Characteristics of, 72,250,

266-68, 311, 350, 355-57, 362, 387*

393-98
Child study; 343, 362, 390-91, 394,

408   ^

Chilperic, 118
Chivalry, Cultured, 211-16
Christianity and pagan education, 79,

82, 86, 163
Christian   Knowledge,   Society   for

Promoting, 282
Chrysoloras, 162,166
Church and education, 100, 115, 130
Cicero, 63, 65, 68, 70-71, 89, 165,

168, 181,196-97, 200, 205, 220-21,

277, 375

Ciceronians, 89, 168

Citizenship, Training for, 160, 166,
288,315

Cizek, Professor, 407

Classics in education, 89, 109, 161,
166, 174-75) 188, 190, 196, 209,
223, 232, 271, 337, 350, 375-76,
38i

Clelland, James, 232

Clement, 83-84, 96, 121

Clergy, Education of, 83-84, 91-94,
100, in, 121, 123

Colet, 173-74, 228, 230

Colleges, University, 151-54, 229

Collegiate schools, 156

Columba, 109-10

Combe, George, 373

Comenius, 236, 240-44, 246-48,
250-53, 260, 269-71, 307

Commercial schools, 273

Commonwealth (England) and educa-
tion, 270, 272

Community, School, 397

Companies, University, 147

Compayre, G., 257

Compendiums of knowledge, 93, 94,
103,106

Composition, 260, 261

Compulsory education, 307

Concentration of studies, 385

Condillac, 288-90
Condorcet, 313-16
Congregations, Teaching, 204-08,

254-261, 270
Constantino, 85-86
Constantinople, 67, 85, 114, 162
Continuity, Principle of, 352-53, 358
Cordier, 197-98
Correlation   of subjects,   348,   352,

385-86
Cosmopolitan education, 44, 46, 174,

334
Council of Education, Supreme Nat-

ional, 308

Courtier, Book of the t 212-13, 21 6, 262
Court in education, 216
Courtly education, 264
Coustel, 257, 259
Culture epochs, 175, 224, 385
Curiosity, 267
Curriculum of Studies, 18, 116, 147,

166, 172, 196, 251, 256, 277, 280,

316,337,347,402
Cygnaeus, 388

Dalton Plan, 407

Dancing, 18, 68

Darwin, Charles, 383, 390, 392

Defective Children, Education of, 181 ,

,.

Definition in Teaching, 324, 327-28
Degrees, University, 147
Democracy and education, 316, 380
Demonstration school, 340, 385
Descartes, 255-56, 259, 263, 273
Desiderius, Bishop, 105, in
Desks, Effect on pupils of, 396
Determinism, 334, 341, 369
Deuteronomy, 334, 341, 369
Development, Law of, 353-55
Deventer, 170-73
Dewey, John, 384, 394-98, 400-04
Dialectic, 33, 35, 97, 117, 192, 202,

263

Diaries, Parents, 319, 362
Didactic Material, 406
Diderot, 285, 291, 312
Differences among children, 73, 226,

259, 275.   See Individuality
Diocletian, 85, 88
Dionysius Thrax, 66
Disputation, Method of, 25, 59-60,

67, I37> 236, 283

Doctorate, Course of study for, 146
Domestic   education,   30,    357-59,

Donatus, 89, 105, 174, 187, 192
Druid schools, 75 '
Dumont, A., 47
Dury, John, 2*9-70